Paris Hilton Is Working On A New Movie: Confirmed Report


I know I’ve disappointed you with the music news yesturday, but now, I’m very happy to report that Paris Hilton was just seen carrying a new movie script.

The film will be produced by CFP Productions, partner of Paramount Pictures. They have produced movies such as How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

The last time Paris talked about movies, she mentionned that was going to film a superhero movie, and I think it’s produced or related to Spiderman and its director; I’m not 100% sure about this.

Anyway, I went on CFP Productions’ website, and I found these two movies which would make sense for Paris, hehe:


Life at Fashionista magazine can be a real bitch. Especially when you work for one.

Vig Morgan finally worked her way out of the assistant-for-the-bitch-from-hell trenches only to get stuck in a sea of editors. But Vig isn’t like the other associate editors at the aggressively hip and overwhelmingly current Fashionista magazine. For one thing, she couldn’t care less which star wore which designer to which party. Sure, she’s clever and witty — and just as ambitious as the next overqualified underpaid underling, but she would never get drawn into a plot to depose the evil editor-in-chief.

Or would she?

Jump with Vig into the choppy waters of scheming, backstabbing, free speech, flirtation and fashion, as the lackeys at the bottom of the masthead band together to take down the queen at the top, with some unexpected – but not necessarily unpleasant – results.

The Thing About Jane Spring

A romantic comedy that revolves around a career woman who was raised by a widowed, four-star general without a female role model and has grown up to be a “ball-breaking” prosecutor for the District Attorney in New York City. Although her no-nonsense rough exterior makes her ridiculously unlucky at love, watching some of Hollywood’s leading ladies in a marathon of classic romantic films helps transform her into a woman that uses her femininity to get her way. After falling in love with a grizzled police detective, Jane finally achieves the balance between trying to win at all costs and being a classy, seductive woman.

Posted: May 31st, 2007
Comments: 1


From: Mat
Time: May 31, 2007, 6:03 pm

You know, that “Fashionistas” sounds really like “The Devil Wears Prada” to me. “The Thing About Jane Spring” seems to be a lot btter and a lot more original too.